Fishing Lake in Aberdeen

Find a Place to Fish in Aberdeen

Find out where to fish – ALWAYS BEST TO GIVE THEM A RING – search for the best places to fish near you, local fishing spots, using our fishing lakes directory.In addition, learn more about species that can be caught in these waters as well as places to buy fishing tackle, licenses, equipment etc. from our friendly experts listed here.

Cameley Trout Lakes, Inverkeithny House, Huntly, AB54 7XB
Tel. 01466 730305

Forgue Fish Farm, Huntly, AB54 7XD
Tel. 01466 730266

Lochter Activity Centre, Oldmeldrum, Inverurie, AB51 0DZ
Tel. 01651 872000

Midmar Stillwater Fishery, Bogindhu, Inverurie, AB51 7ND
Tel. 01330 833298

Murray Deeside Marketing Ltd, Moine Na Vey, Ballater, AB35 5UD
Tel. 01339 755459

Springwater Lakes, Marnoch Lodge, Bridge of Marnoch, Huntly, AB54 7UE, Aberdeenshire
Tel. 01466 780872

The Lynne May Fishing Co, 17 Seagate, Peterhead, AB42 1JP, Aberdeenshire
Tel. 01779 477111

W J Braddick, Little Brigend Farm, Alford, AB33 8PL
Tel. 01691 828708

Fishing Lake Aberdeen

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Covering the following areas in Aberdeen: Shrt

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Fishing Lake in  Aberdeen

You will find short extracts from Amazing Fishing Stories on each of our directory pages. There is a link to buy the book on our book page.

Short Extract

‘I’ve got a better idea,’ said John.
John took out his hip flask and poured a few drops of whisky into the water. ‘I name this place the CBA Pot.’ Robin’s frown deepened. ‘CBA?’ ‘Can’t Be Arsed,’ said John.
The name has stuck. And when the water is low on the Coquet, the threesome wouldn’t dream of fishing without a few casts in the CBA Pot; even though, to their knowledge, it hasn’t produced another fish from that day to this!
Preparation is all well and good until something happens for which you could not possibly have prepared

Barry managed to push the eel away and scramble clear. At last, the skipper, toes poking through the hole in his boot, landed a blow on the conger’s head with the baseball bat, momentarily stunning the fish. Making good use of his temporary advantage, he grabbed a longhandled bait-cutting blade and cut through the monofilament just above the trace. He then attempted to kick the eel with his one good boot towards the open hatch into the fish hold.
Unfortunately, the kick only succeeded in waking up the conger, which, now completely free from the line, started

Having read another article on pike fishing, Richard went into town on the Friday and took his pocket money into the tackle shop while his mother was buying groceries next door. He came out with a wire trace and two treble hooks, and a recommendation from the tackle dealer to buy some sprats from the fishmonger for bait.
Saturday morning saw the boys on the lakeside again. Greg had borrowed his father’s sea-fishing rod and big wooden ‘Scarborough’ reel, loaded with suitably strong line. They tackled up, tied on the wire trace and mounted one of the sprats as

Full List of areas covered on our Aberdeen Fishing Lake Directory:

Aberdeen, Altens, Bankhead, Benthoul, Bieldside, Blacktop, Bridge of Don, Bucksburn, Charlestown, Clinterty, Cloverhill, Contlaw, Cove Bay, Craibstone, Craigton, Cults, Danestone, Dyce, Fairley, Hazelhead, Kincorth, Kingsford, Kingswells, Mannofield, Mastrick, Middleton Park, Milltimber, Mundurno, Nigg, North Tarbothill, Northfield, Old Aberdeen, Overton, Peterculter, Ruthrieston, Stoneywood, Torry